35 Burst results for "SP"

Champs again: Villanova tops Creighton to win Big East title

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Champs again: Villanova tops Creighton to win Big East title

"It trickling over got by creating fifty four forty eight AM EST regarding to cleanse the fourth biggest tournament title in school history Congal SP led the Wildcats with seventeen points Justin Moore added sixteen is going over proves to record twenty six and seven on the season Brian Kalkbrenner tried to push screen as much as possible nineteen as that days lost their fourth tournament final since joining the big east conference creating false record of twenty two eleven but as a whole for receiving a spot in the NC double a tournament full of once in the field of sixty with high hopes to win its fourth national championship Mike Moriarty New York

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 Supreme Court questions controversial Texas abortion law

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court questions controversial Texas abortion law

"Supreme Court justices are signaling that they may allow a court challenge to a Texas law that is virtually ended abortion in the nation's second largest state the Supreme Court heard three hours of arguments in two cases whole women's health versus Jackson and United States versus Texas over whether abortion providers or the justice department can mount federal court challenges to the new Texas abortion law Solicitor General Elizabeth Taylor gar Texas designed SP eight to thwart the primacy of federal law in open defiance of our constitutional structure Jody stone the second arguing for Texas said the abortion providers can't sue state judges and clerks and that the justice department had no standing conservative justice Brett Kavanaugh raised questions about the laws novel structure deputising private citizens to sue abortion providers there's a loophole that's been exploited here justice Elena Kagan suggested that ruling in favor of the providers would allow the court to avoid difficult issues of federal power its purpose and its effect is

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Texas Abortion Law: US Supreme Court Votes Not to Block Ban

Latina to Latina

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Texas Abortion Law: US Supreme Court Votes Not to Block Ban

"Earlier. This month in the middle of the night. The supreme court refused to block a texas law that bans most abortions that law is now the most restrictive abortion measure in the nation it bans abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy and establishes a sort of bounty system. That allows anyone to sue those involved in facilitating an abortion. This is a bigger than texas. The decision could be a blueprint of gutting. Roe v wade. The supreme court ruling that legalized abortion nationally is going to play out in the courts and while it does groups on the ground are figuring out how to adopt is ena. Zamora is the executive director of the fraud data fund they provide support and funding for those seeking abortions in texas rio grande valley. We're gonna talk about what this decision means for those seeking care and where the spite goes from here. A lot of us are in texas right now. We're not looking at this through the lens of someone who was there where using where in texas are you. I'm located in the rio grande valley so deep south texas along the us mexico border. What are you hearing from people in texas. There's a lot of confusion around the law and just people being upset. I think a lot of people think that this law just went way too far the biggest concern for most of the people who do abortion funding work is. How are we going to help. People get their abortion care in your own words. What is this legislation. Do so sp eight what it does is. It bans abortion past six weeks in texas. It is essentially a complete abortion banned because by the time. Most people know that they're pregnant. They're unable to get an abortion and texas. This also has a very cruel and specific civil litigation our civil cause of action that allows anybody to sue anybody else who helps quote unquote to aid and abet someone and getting abortion care in texas past six weeks

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"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

Sounds Profitable

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"Recognition and you don't care about attribution than do at chase low. Cpm's get a compelling out and call it a day but if you're gonna take podcasting. Seriously what matt said israel great you come in with a preconceived notion. You're just like this were tv. This worked in display. I'm going to combine it target that same type of thing in podcasting. If you pray your strategies out deep enough you can start cutting out shows. That don't work there. He can see the overlap and demographic geo or all the or behavioral all these different things that can tell you that like oh the people in podcasting that respond to this or different than display and video and everything else you can change it. You can put more money into the shows. That's working you can put you can find what's similar about the shows that are working inviting new shows that do that you can find targeting across multiple shows that seems to be successful and expand your reach. That's the the key thing here because was saying if you do all the podcasting is exposure but this big brand it just going to show negative left but if you break out your strategies there's gonna be a little bit of growth. There's gonna be something that just peeks through the front or even worse case scenario there's going to be something that is less negative left than the others which is still incremental which is still a positive direction to continue to go like. It's also my job to say like if you find this lifters and delivers alter not that positive and you can't find any positive then your options are sort of like either. Go try something completely new. Go spend more money because perhaps that's the problem is you're just out spending another channels or maybe podcasting is right for your audience. Like you have to say that. Because that's what these results may be showing you now. I don't like to turn people away from the podcast industry. I want more and more brands that come into the space because one. I'm i'm a believer myself..

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"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

Sounds Profitable

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"Large company spending tons of money in the space. I've got no direct mail live display live. Billboards live into your favorite channel. Here right they wanna know okay. But like all of the conversions that i just saw take place for podcasting like how many of those would have happened anyway because i have so much other marketing out. There that's live and lift. Study is designed to answer that because you create a control group and we're going to dive into that a lot. We create a control group and we observe how this control group behaves organically and the idea of a control group is one. It's about mutually exclusive group of individuals compared to the exposed group. The people that are actually being hit by these podcast ads and the activity that is control. Group is exhibiting on the website is the assumption is well. That's a result of all of the other marketing channels. That are out there. That's driving that activity. So if i can see what. The baseline activity looks like. Then i can subtract that from the results that i see from the exposed group and then the difference between what the control group is doing and the exposure is doing that is the isolated impact of the podcast campaign again just removing all of the other channels from consideration. Yeah and and so. I wanna rewind just a little bit deaf. I think you're right. I think that i lift. Reports are the right way to go for people who are getting ready to get up and running right. I think that if you have a smaller team or if you have a heck if you are only allowed focus on podcasting or if your you don't yeah you don't have the reach to the other channels. You don't have the time you want to get something out morning. You wanna prove it lists. He is the only answer. Podcast based lift. Study in my opinion is the only answer. Because it just removes reliance on anyone. But you right as bran you control everything. It's a pixel on the website..

"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

Sounds Profitable

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"Twenty twenty one this episode to me felt like when i started to really feel comfortable as a podcast hosts and i hope it really shows in the quality of the conversation. Me amount of had a long history together. We were part of the founding team of barometric that was acquired by claritin and still kicking around in the attribution space big fans of theirs as well and matt helped me a lot with my two part series on understanding lift reports because lift reports is an extension of campaign. Attribution are really important right there. The visual at the end of it that can be used to optimize the campaign or honestly for a lot of you out there that hopefully you'll find value and it's the type of thing that you send to the brand or you sent your boss is like hey thumbs up. We did good so you know matt. Let's let's go over a few like quick definitions here to make sure everybody's up to speed. So how would you define attribution in podcasts. Advertising attribution very simply put is the act of identifying if podcasts media exposures is driving a conversion or whatever the kpi or key performance indicator is for that particular advertiser cool. So this this podcast. We have ads on here. And if we mentioned like hey checkout pods sites dot com if there's a pixel in here what it's doing is it's grabbing your ip address and it's trying to identify as much as it can about that had matched up for the exposure and then there's a pixel in the pod sites website so when you visit there had tried to learn as much about your visit there as well match device crap and try and link the two to say the person visit. The website definitely was the person or even the household. More likely that. Listen to the at right exa- exactly right and what you're describing now is pixel based attribution right originally we'll be talking about just general podcast attribution. I would argue that. Those terms include the. How did you hear about us. Survey the vanity l. coupon code and things like that which you know to be very transparent on how you know we feel about that a pod sites and i would argue everybody else in the pixel base attribution space fields is that the vast majority of advertisers. That's just not good enough..

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Justice Dept. Seeks Emergency Order to Block Texas Abortion Law

NPR News Now

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Justice Dept. Seeks Emergency Order to Block Texas Abortion Law

"The biden administration is taking emergency action to try to stop a new texas law that bans most abortions in that state in a new. Filing the justice department is asking federal judge for a restraining order to temporarily blocked the law while a larger legal challenge. Plays out npr. Sarah mccamman has more the latest action by the justice. Department comes days after the doj sued the state of texas over the law known as sp eight it allows individuals to file lawsuits worth tens of thousands of dollars against anyone involved in helping a patient get an abortion after about six weeks of pregnancy in a new emergency motion. The department says that the clear purpose of the law is to quote deny women rights guaranteed to them by the us constitution while attempting to evade judicial review. The us supreme court allowed it to take effect on september first despite legal challenges from reproductive rights groups but did not weigh in on the constitutional issues raised by the law. The case is likely to end up before the supreme court again

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"sp" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"The wheeler whalers top. Ten knowle's probably top twenty. I probably shouldn't have said that. But i don't think i don't think i'm going to be coveting address and i don't blame you there. I don't i just. I think it's a weird season. It's a lot of era but a great whip. It's almost like a robbie ray reverse. I know it's not the work. I i'm trying to think of dave bush bush Area four fifty. But one point one five with i hate to compare them to him because knows much better much bigger strike out guy but who is the co her guy right now who has a great whip and a terrible year ray. Isn't it him. Great weapon yeah. Because as i said it's well over a run difference between expected in reality. I mean you would expect that he would have an era run lower than this. He doesn't i'll bet he's he's probably li. I mean. listen terms of guys with that much. He's probably the least leader. I'll get you that always. I agree with you i agree. This is a very weird season. And if i looked at a normal pitcher like this i would say yeah. He bounces back. But now you know i don't know he serious concerns. He sixteenth overall. The only the only guys would similar volume to him and they're not up there that have larger era with expected. Rain really eerie differential. are andrew. Heaney we know terrible and water rodriguez. Who's been on that list all year and hasn't is erin. No the right handed water rodriguez. I never even thought about that matter. Better durability over square absolutely rodriguez is not a whip guy. but he's strikes people out but then that's that's breaking news if you come up with that one and by the way miserable wanna win a game. It's a close game and he brings andrew heaney to face good rhianna hitters. What's he doing. They're they're they're really hurting for arms right now. I don't care man you can't bring him in eight they're exhausted. It's one of the as you kit. I you know what's going to happen when you bring into heaney into a game. Yeah i know what was the trivia. Kyle we're going long here today but we only have like six shows laughs. It's two a week because only three weeks. let's do it. Let's enjoy while we can one player. The ranks top ten in plate appearances with runners in scoring position this year. That is not top. Forty all of baseball. Rbi can you name this anti clutch player but which is not a thing by the way not anti collage. There's no such thing as clutch. But you know i agree with you there but bryce harper have a chance to be quote. You're anti quad. She has no chances. He just as soon as players. Somebody who's really really good now up and really no. I'm thinking like freddy freeman type of guy. Just doesn't have the bulk. rbi's nowhere near that good. But yes he is he is good. He will be drafted. He is currently direct he strapped or he's been good because i'm thinking it's a guy the my guess would be a guy who has had a terrible year that's seventy five rbi. I will tell you that. His setback profile. The see how he's doing. He's having a fine season. All right. well you wanna get hit. Let him guess. I go how carlos santana will be wrong. I thought of. he's batting. Right in the heart and aligning plays every day. And he's been terrible is in fact incorrect. Probably blackmon blackman is incorrect. Try seventy five rb. I really have around. That doesn't he. I wouldn't be surprised if you could fake it batting. Third every day of course field. He's gotta have seventy plus. Rbi other teams other teams. Yeah actually blackman has seventy four or beyond. That was pretty damn close seventy five visit. Nobody is mean. Kyle doesn't want me to win the trivia you bana run of getting trivia right that his frankish window ask and i'm just not here for right sir you bring the love and the football show but what ed's problem bickering. Oh my god. We're going to get ahead or else is going to go. Ten more middle infielder. Not hobby bias. Not happy by us. Middle infield phillies. That's for sure over middle infielder. it's going to play offs. Carlos correa carlos correa is correct is now seventy five aria. He's currently fifty second in. Rbi for the season. He's fourth in plate appearances. That's weird position. That is weird. I would he. Why would he not have more. Rbi because pluses not a gene by the way people i mean. Listen to your announcers. The wrong he's hitting to forty six with runners in scoring position this year which is just bad luck in the cardinals every year where they like retain or something winning that keeper league. Come on sorry just happens. I mean i was thinking of a player on a really good team. They score runs tampa. Bay doesn't have anybody like that because they don't they window disappointing three four thinking to manderson but he couldn't have because he leads off so yeah i'm just thinking of a middle infielder on a good team. That's it he walks. I was gonna guess. Chris taylor to dan. They're not want a was once and by the way is falling apart. I've noticed in the last month. They drop them in the order he was doing so well. Now it's very streaky. Very annoying. I got him in a league. Need stuff and i'm not getting stuff atlanta's i told you. I tell you is going to win the alley by ten games you did. The mets are gonna finish second nice. Giant philly's nice job focus baseball presented by linked in jobs. We still have jobs from today. We're going to do another show on thursday. I think hope he's on your fantasy football leagues in week. One so one game remaining and obviously please listen to our pals kyle and everybody else with the fantasy focus football. Podcast do great job..

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Fantasy Focus Baseball

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"Yeah phillies are the same boat. They had nothing left. No pitching left. They just cut vince velazquez. It's actually been okay. He has been fine but he's at the white sox. I don't like that matchup for greed. Geico any any any hesitancy. Activating if they give him an okay. No i wouldn't hesitate at all and probably a for the two starts because tions injury takes them back out of the six man rotation. What'd you think. Clark schmidt wasn't all that he's a good prospect guy. The injuries have been our. He's followed this chain of bad luck injuries over the past year and a half and i hope that that gets straight next season. I think he's going to be a spring watch. Guy candidate for rotation spot and i think there should be something. They're probably probably decent four three four guy down the road over under swindle home runs at philadelphia. This week. i'm going to say two and a half gimson suarez and td which means how mean sam coon. Rod starts to us nine relievers. How can we avoid. Having to use matt moore. Again he pitches. He's he's one of the relievers when they went eighty-one eighty-one again. I won't be surprised Battle the parole to ready and really. Gosh which one do you want. Well well yeah but you know when ready as it looks so great. No memory serves. That's correct you don't ha- i mean i guess you have to activate and for the week at the troy but still all right is what you want yup wednesday at the dodgers madison bumgarner. And julio orients that should be a lot of fun nobody's going twenty games this year Because by design because managers don't allow it but or it may get close. Who else is pitching of interest on wednesday for you. Tyler mcgill of the mets. Been bad lately. Say new noted that yeah. Readers suarez against the cubs other than the homeowners should be five and a two-thirds innings. One or two runs. Aren't very good. So the the. I asked about schmidt because mitch kelly now every right handed starting pitcher with only two pitches. I'm going to say well maybe the next mitch keller. It's a possibility. That's why so i'm not. I'm capping the future at three four. As opposed to something higher and i think people thought would be something here. Tuesday gallon ray quantities. Robbie ray pitches a not against baltimore. Robbie great against every team except baltimore one of the weirdest things that season. He's gonna lose the cy young award because he can't get baltimore accuser stealing signs or whatever. They're doing yeah. That was a little interesting jawing with him and dancer manager who should know better but nobody knows better anyway. I know better. we're done. that's it kyle talk you guy. Oh come down from the mountains to say something interesting. Your tablets with your decrees. They don't.

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Fantasy Focus Baseball

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"Combo kumbo. It's a combo meal homerun steel. Do they dance around on the fantasy. Focus football. I think not behind. You gotta get him started. Come on then you're in good graces. There you could go on that show and dance around for some made up statistic which they made up actually all sing all their drops person. They don't need any production. Come on man. we have no production. Nobody can see us in action. Game joe by the way these players are making moves last week and make moves is brought to you by linked and jobs build a winning team today go to lincoln dot com slash sports. Aw a slew of veritable slew of combo meal since our past lascaux is bogus. Shut is fourth of the season jazz chisholm. Look at these middle infielders running while cetera. Mullins who's going thirty thirty and he's the only guy in baseball to do that although i guess they're tanaka's will do it. That's fine again on saturday. nick gordon. Who's not going to be what you want and fantasy and then on sunday this guy is one of my favorite players bread phillips not just because when you rule him laughing it makes me laugh every time. Got the funniest laugh weirdest left. He's really good player like he's not picking them up fantasy but he's got double digits in home runs and stole bases and if you're like in a sim league. His defense in the outfield is fantastic. He's like garry. Maddox out there. So brett phillips good for you know when i adding you and fantasy although on a deep league is going to win people leagues and deeply a only as a double digit season and homers steals disag- near the batting average. What a what a season. That's a a that's guy scooped up weeks ago in my a in labor. Because i well 'cause i mike trout my outfield And he put up some pretty surprising numbers and i thought he was. Just going to be a one-way plug in. He's he's at a much better season than you think. he has. By the way. I am going to pull you back to one comment there. They'll go ahead. That was really dismissive of nick. Ordon are you sure on that. I'm not positive that there's there's not going to be anything there. I think when. I looked at his minor league numbers okay. I saw a guy who was never. It's not dee gordon. But he's not a guy who i think is going to produce much power and i don't think last i checked. He's gonna walk enough to hit for a batting average and looking at his numbers so far. Yeah i mean. I i just don't see a whole lot. I mean it's a small sample size. But he's not getting a base. He's not slugging 'cause steal thirty bases in a season. of course he could but if he doesn't have any discipline which he doesn't he clearly doesn't and he doesn't have any power and he clearly doesn't tell me how he's going to matter. I mean like. I don't want another like even with maryvale. His double-digit homers martin modesty. You gotta for some power. Or i'm just not interested and i'm just not interested. So gordon's twenty-five grabby twenty six next year so he's starting to run a little time number. Five overall pick. Scouts did like him quite a bit. There did deal with some injuries. From last i had checked at one point. He had missed a good chunk of his season. I look at him in. The first thing i think is is this. The danny santana path to fantasy relatives. No power at all. Until danny santana had his moments danny santana no. I'm saying nick. Gordon has no prejudice twenty homer season for texas. I see where you're going. I agree that. I don't think that on the whole gordon is going to meet the expectations when he was drafted. But my point is that. I think i think there's going to be a dancing danny santana year. Nick gordon is a thing and then we're going to be. Do we get too far ahead of ourselves on that and and i'll remind this conversation the other direction then i mean. I'm trying to come up with cops here based on who's running all right because if you don't have a three hundred on base you shouldn't be playing roy and i don't think that's common. I don't think that's coming either like there's no jonathan vr. Here's a power no chisholm. Miles straw. I mean straw ticks a walk. Now we're wasting time nick gordon. There's nothing there. David doll ish but doll was a little more power unless steals. I'm i'm just trying to think from the lee hamilton. This billy hamilton who he is considerably more power raw power the raw ability than hamilton. I could not be less interested but proved me wrong. Closer carousel time. Time to sing again to do different to. It's the closer carousel need to videotape. Remember them on camera shy. Yeah you didn't dance around. That's one time. I was video. You gotta tell me. Hey hold on. I've got to get the camera out. Okay okay here it is. You gotta just not do that. Next show next. I'll do anything interest you here. I'll tell you what interests me here. Okay austin adams just set the major league record for most hit by pitches in season and he did it in like two hundred fewer innings that the guy who rather record he's pitched like forty eight innings and he hit twenty four guy hit three yesterday. Three dodgers yesterday and then he almost hit pretty turn it on the head and when i saw the replay i was thinking you know. Why is he out there. Like at some point and the other team knows. He has no is no commander. Okay i mean. He's throwing the ball everywhere but often adam's okay season numbers otherwise not so bad areas fine strike rates fine. But it's great. Actually a great striker at no home runs allowed. I understand why the padres continue continued. Use them. But i mean he has more hit batsman than hits. Allow in forty into thirds. That's hard to do. it's impossible to do. did it. My god your season for us and adam. I understand that if he were a closer that could be the discussion. That brings hit batsman into the whip calculation. I have this talk a lot with the sabermetrics leagues as to penalizing for hit. Batsmen for pitchers just like you went for a walk walks. Well doesn't that. Go on your whip walks in. It doesn't cost walks and hits in it so in the points like i. Have you get credit for the hit. Batsmen on hitting side. But we don't penalize the pitchers on that side of austin we'd have a discussion and most points leaks. Don't they credit the hitters but not penalize the pitchers. The law is very weirdly. Okay let's move on. Before i get in trouble i mean really. I'm going to give you level. We're going to get down to yeah there. There weren't a lot of change things going on here but the under the radar win your league guys gio gago jordan of vermont. Yeah but they're everywhere but now aren't they. They have to be they are but do you think that this is not right. That's what i'm saying. Are you all in on those guys. I look at those two leagues. And i think you got to be all in our. Yeah i'm all in. I've been all in on wasn't closing until like a week or two ago because the cardinals were paying attention. But yes i mean jordan ramana. I've been in for months. And even when mary where there was about to come back it was pretty obvious. He wasn't losing the job. There's a couple of other situations that interests me. Bad teams here only gopher. I'll be so was pittsburgh where david bednarz hurt. So chris. stratton is now getting their saves and arizona does win on occasion and j b window. The former oakland athletic. It looks like they're closer. Because clifford went on the angeles So so glad for clipper it in one of my leagues where somebody wanted. You know an unbelievable amount. But he's going to win the league. Some those situations are obviously if you need every last save. I do think you could get three or four saves from window concrete. Stratton anything to talk about on the yankees that britain's pitch next year so obviously it was a lot more hurt than they were letting on and pitched to the command was really off so not not totally shocked by that. One shape and oakland focus is chafing. I think is missing the playoffs. I think it's.

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Fantasy Focus Baseball

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"I have a head to head in which i needed a win. And doing cease all dylan cease needed to do was not get lit up and third inning at boston. He got lit up by the way he throws a terrible game. And then the three guys. We know nothing about what to expect in there. Well the two in the first game coming back from the injured list. They both have gems lance lynn and carlos on baseball landslides really good by the way. Are we going to up fresh window into the hall of fame like this year or do we wait the five-year requisite time period. I'm just wondering we. This is foreign behind story. This has gone far and beyond some stupid prediction. I made but at some point if he finished a strong ways doing now like where. A next season swindles the cubs first baseman. Aren't you taking him over. Josh bill archer taken him over. Cj krone what about jared walls. Reese hoskins i mean at some we gotta say maybe this guy is good and he's going to do it again next year. We said he's next christian walker. He looks better than that right now if we have that promise him being the first baseman yeah you know. I'm i'm really intrigued. Here based on the contact contact ability has shown decent pop. And you and i both done a lot of dating on him. I could see that case easily over josh bell. As a matter of fact. I looked at him and i think there's sort of a fantasy stabbed valuation. He reminds me at trae mancini where he's not getting enough credit year over year. That'll be yeah. We're going to revisit that one. That's the perfect comp guy for me it's not just ballots mancini. It's a guy who made seaney. I ranked belva everybody this year. I probably had them around fifteen. I dunno schwinn del. I'll rank them that high. If he finishes like this baby he's going to be top hundred. Top two hundred top one hundred top two hundred as a reliable handed bat maybe apart next year. Who knows but i. And he's not he's got the ability to hear that there's some sustainability in this. I mean obviously not the padding average. But i don't think it's about twenty but i mean where is he on the player because that's really all that matters and he's the number two first baseman on the thirty day player at first base. Vlad's the only guy ahead of him and he's got the same player or value. He's ahead freddy freeman. Paul goldschmidt and abreo over the last thirty days french window. So we're not wasting time because of some super prediction. I made and this is come true. Yeah guy you have to roster your which. I was trying to finagle a few weeks before he was really a thing at all fred. Zinke was inevitably going to intel l. trade here where he wanted. Ryan mcmahon from me for tommy admit and i was trying to get swindle added in and try to tack on two to three years but jeopardy. Yeah he wanted no part of it. He's like i like swindle and he goes so prediction. It was more about yelich than del. But hey if i'm right i'm right. It's happened so infrequently. I it's almost like it's almost a lock the only way and we said this before the show that that that could go back the other direction from the point. You said it till the end of the year is a shoo-in dell has patrick wisdom kind of cold spell over these next three weeks and i don't think that's happening you don't you don't want wisdom on your different very different very different players you know what else is different. The only show were tristan sings. A song twice is time for him to sing now. It is the combo meals. High gumbo.

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Fantasy Focus Baseball

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"We we always come back next year this monster year and it was a monster twenty twenty and nobody seems to buy it. Don't we have to rank adam wainwright like number twenty among starting pitchers for next year. Remember like eight right now or because he's too old. You're going to say no. I hate him. Do i dare draw the wrath of adam wainwright because he loves to point out in fancy when we doubt him and then you know we datum like this season is totally legit if we're going to believe in robbie ray and obviously different strikeout numbers but if we're going to believe in robbie ray coming out of you know purgatory for two years. Don't we have to believe in adam. We don't care. Old on. Wainwright is just like i don't care i'll deters ford playing fully forty years old. He's gonna play part of at forty one next year nelson claims. He's the pitching nelson cruz. Now cruises a better fantasy claire and sarda to wayne right on this one a big fan of his but like the numbers don't justify paying the premium to get him next year. I do think he's an absolutely drafted player. We'll put up a very good year. Doesn't go back to what he was before the case that he needs to miss bats to the level that i need to see from the other guys who are in that top twenty just doesn't duty some some Subway nine granted. yeah. I think it's it's a second highest caper nine berkey with you i. I'm not saying i'm gonna rank and where he's finishing the season on the play. Raider nine points lease we. He's been top ten people. Don't realize how good adam wainwright has been and they don't wanna realize and that's fine you don't have to resort ernest volume but rain right now. His hire the player. Reiter than brandon. Woodruff crossword on mean lance lynn. Pretty good starting pitchers. You're waiting the winds. You're waiting volume and i think you're doing it too much. What is the for next season. The wins i guess you could go back to based on being the cardinals and he should easily throw another two hundred innings. So i'll give you that the that the volume might be there to repeat this but top twenty. I'm pay the premium. And i'm going to bet you could find twenty guys that you would shoot for the higher ceiling on than him. I bet you're right. Let's move onto the yankee met. Sierras was a lot of fun francis. Curling door blasted three home. Runs on sunday night. Baseball and And then there was some talk of back and forth between him and stand in. Your yankees are in peril bluejays in the playoffs. I wanna see that blue discord. Let a thousand runs this weekend. And they were being no hit one of those games and then he scored ten runs in the last inning But francisco lindores very interesting. We've talked about him a bit in recent weeks. But that's the three home run game. If we think that francisco indoor can have thirty home runs next season still fifteen bases about two eighty a second round pick but we're not going to rank them that way are we. Where are we going to wreck. For instance indoor. That's a very good question. That we kinda broach briefly in previous. I think the last one. I think he doesn't the ability to do and meet each of the numbers he said. In fact i'd say i'm roskill. He could exceed any one of those individual if he wished to or if the power came together the right way and i do think he is going to be noticeably. Better in his second year with the mets getting adapted to new york. I think that's the thing i really do. Think that's the thing yankees or mets and what we're seeing now is so big you build Towards next the concern. I have about it. Is that if he does play like this. And he goes off in september you will be paying the premium to get him any will be taken as something like a third round draft pick and i don't know that i'm there. Are you know no. I'm not there. But i mean he's a very talented player and we know what he's capable of doing so i don't want to say that he can't be a top top twenty fantasy option. He can be. But i don't think. I want to pay the premium for. We'd rather we'd rather he slips to fourth or fifth but where who will you. Will you rather have next season francisco. Endure or wander franco. That's a fair question. Now in the news obviously because he pulled his hamstring in the first ever weekend game. He's on the injured list and he may not play again the rest of the season. You probably comes back next week. He'll be back because of the playoffs. But pro i would presume right but they have such a big lead in in the ale east. So i don't know why they games they do have key games. They've got a lot of toronto coming up. I think they still the yankees series. Don't games i like. I don't see them losing division. They've got playing those teams. I don't think they're gonna just lay down there and they don't wanna just give away play a are you applying that playing taylor. Walls means laying down. I don't think so taylor. Walls a yeah he's fine. He's just finalize anyway. Would you drop wonder franck right now. They have a nine game. Lead the vision. I would you drop bronco. You need them in a weekly right now do it. In a in a redraft anything goes. This is one of the points i made in. Today's really anything goes if you need the space you gotta use the space yet. Got a place premium on that any response. I would drop them because they have a nine game lead in the division and a seven game lead for the number one seed in the american league or six game lead or five and a half game lead shrinking. As i speak as i do the math. I don't see them getting caught. That's one hundred with him. He's gonna win one hundred games the detroit okay. So they have a detroit series between the toronto. I'm looking at but you don't take it for granted with six against toronto on your next ten. I'm the shame. Because i wanna was doing so great. It gets on base every game next year though you said next year. That's an interesting debate. And i think i'm going to go. In the direction of rhode island doran points. Sabermetrics leans bronco. That's interesting so you have like basically close. I think so because right now i would just off the top my head throw the number forty five overall. Say that's around. Where i expect them both okay because i think in our last show when i said front in the top. Fifty.

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Sounds Profitable

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"Podcast. Been listening to recently. Oh well you know how each pr ideas cast is at the top of my list. A friend of mine pigmy last week and said hey you need to listen to this episode and had been a while since i had listened to it and so this weekend i spent a lot of time listening to that podcast and is just perfect. They're just great content. It's you know these really nice compact twenty thirty minute episodes with some really great business leaders so really liking matt show right now very cool. Well thank you so much for being on here. And i'm glad that i got to return the favor you invited me on the second guess i was ever on and so i'm so happy to have you as a guest and i'm possible back soon. Awesome brian what was great chatting with you and i hope to come back against him..

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Sounds Profitable

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"To increase but we have this marketplace. We're going to go ahead and pro grammatically saw ads into your show that will cover the cost of the hosting fees. So you don't need to worry about it. And that is the case in a lot of instances but it's not always the case and also it depends a on who you're going with right so a company like lipson for instance doesn't have a marketplace. You know that you can tap into but then there are other companies. Like i know speaker also has a marketplace so it just depends on who you're going to go with and then each hosting provider also has a different take on how they're going to do that ad delivery so as a host. You have to decide number one if you're going to go to dynamic ad insertion who you're going to go with. So if you're with a company like lipson for instance they have a dynamic insertion feature so you could just go from lipson to lipson pro when you go to hosting providers like megaphone. Omnia aren't nineteen. There isn't a defense. So if you're going to be with them you're gonna be with them and you're going to have that dynamic add feature but there are lots of hosting providers that it's not that way and there is this tricky bandwidth fee that goes with it and i think that's the hardest for me because there's this base fee and a lot of them are around one hundred dollars a month as a b. speed. But then you have the bandwidth charge and you know that is beyond my pay grade. 'cause i'm like i don't know how to calculate what your band but this when we're looking at a podcast and we're like okay. You have five hundred thousand downloads. Per month like what is that calculate into bandwith and so it feels a lot. I think to the podcasters feels a lot like jumping off a cliff. Because you're not really sure what that fee is going to be so yeah doing dynamic ad insertion definitely does change the cost of your hosting either and the and that's the thing that i think. I like our brushed over right. I forgot how far you can push a show when you just put an mp. Three file live and do baked in ads. You can very reasonably in the under a thousand dollar range definitely but even in the lower hundreds range do millions of downloads would just the mp three and completely baked in. And i was a lot of what i was talking about was like espn and sony and these people who are like never going to look at that smaller solution even though if they were just doing baked in they could save a shitload of money. But it's not enterprise right like everybody's favorite word to throw it around you slap it on there. You can increase your prices by five hundred percent and then you go but you're right either. If you're moving to a platform with dynamic adam assertion from one that doesn't you're paying for it either in increased hosting fees a flat or a cpa base rate. I didn't mention that but yeah a lot of for for actually serving it. In a bunch of them have commitments that you have to make a spend a minimum on them and then Of course the band fees. And i think that this is a great example of a roadblock in podcast ad tech because that's kind of gatekeeper. Right like if i my automatically is doing great. And we got millions of downloads zimmer. Blown up and i had to bring it over there. When i built my podcast mobile built content. I didn't need to know the bandwidth of it. My original provider probably doesn't provide me that statistic. I don't have the options to say. Well send spotify the twenty five megabyte image. Because i know they'll use it and send everybody else. The one megabyte image and so bandwidth is is so tricky. It's we go from like this. Like build the content. Do it sell it to Do you want to build a car right like it's it's way too. There's no middle ground to. That's where companies like yourself. Come into play. But i'm just hoping that these companies meet people a little bit closer hoping that like enterprises great to sign that contract but there are these mid tier companies. That could do so. Well if they understood. Yes if i moved to megaphone or moved hard on teen or triton her ads ways that i can do all these things and be educated to do it instead of oh. I had to find outside al. Oh i don't understand why. I'm being charged so much. It's unfortunate because it is so complicated and one of the things i say a lot is that it doesn't matter when content is created it matters when content is consumed. And i believe that wholeheartedly right. So we've got this podcast. Let's take a true crime. Podcast that we work with. It's ben podcasting for six years. They've got a ton of episodes. They've got a ton of content. And here you have this woman who is a strong wonderful you know podcast host. She doesn't know anything about ad tech. And you know she doesn't wake up in the morning thinking gosh. I wish that i understood exactly how to get dynamic atoms and to your point when we've got these huge companies these espn's or these gimblett. Or what have you. I mean they have all of the funding need to have a whole tech team. That's figuring this out for them but it's so important for us to say. Let's look at the whole landscape of the podcast industry. And how many podcasts fall into that enterprise level and then how many are are these podcasters where it's just them and they're trying figure it out and it is so complicated and i think what's so unfortunate about it. Is that getting back to my original statement. These hosts should be able to capitalize on the content that they've created. They should be able to capitalize on those listens. That have happened. So it's one of my personal missions to try and help educate podcasters as much as possible on why they should move dynamic insertion and the value that it can provide to them while trying to make the transition as easy as possible. And i wish that i could save that. We have figured it out but it is so complicated that an ultimately the complication comes into play. When we've got we've got a show we've got two shows. That recently transitioned so one of them. We were like. Hey we're going to be able to deliver sixty thousand impressions per month. We're gonna be able to live one hundred and fifty thousand well. The one that we thought could deliver sixty is delivering more like forty and the one that we thought could deliver. One hundred fifty is delivering more like sixty and then we all sit back and go y. Why is this happening you know. Why are we in such a different place. So there are so many different elements to consider when you're looking at switching dynamic insertion and unfortunately it is a very complicated process and hopefully it will always be that way but what i like about it like you said right is like when when we do the proper will podcast like we're recording this right now in e. n. e. Yvo are going to help and take this and turn this into something. And there'll be times where i'll be like. Hey i want to add an ad in here and we put the break in and then. Ob like sunday at ten am. The podcast is going out in two hours and ian just like a. Do you have that ad ready. And i'm like no. I don't care i'll get it later because i'm not selling my inventory. Obviously most people can't be that relaxed about it. But the podcast episode doesn't get held up by the ad with dynamic ad insertion. Maybe i'll miss some downloads. But people hopefully will listen to podcasts. The older episodes of them and not all of them are downloading it automatically as subscribers. And so that means when i do have the ad live all downloads. In that time period will get the ad and so now my content is separate from my sales right separate from the ad aspect of it which gives a little bit more breathing room. It reduces stress on people that should not have to care about a sale cycle. And yeah i mean it. It doesn't slow down the content creation. And i get it. I get that. Sometimes some shows get a you know a majority of their downloads. Ever in the first few days and.

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WSB-AM

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on WSB-AM

"SPS Robin Wolinski was actually in New York City, covering 9 11 from the ground up. It's great to see you again. Great to see you, too. Scott. It's um It's extremely difficult. There's some very powerful moments for me, Scott. I mean, America knows the story. The WSB radio listeners know the story. After both Planes were in the building and the towers were both on fire. I was on doing a live shot with the network from a pay phone if you remember pay phones 20 years ago. And I thought to myself. Wow. How are they going to put that out? And I had been in the 93 bombing. So you know, I'm looking up at the floors and knowing what offices and friends of mine who worked in there. People. I went to high school with 44, who never made it out. And I remember both buildings being on fire. And all of a sudden someone said, Oh, my God. Oh, my God. And I like peer around the payphone because, remember the pay phones had the coverings on the three sides, you know, and I peer around the pay phone. And the South towers collapsing in slow motion. And I've told this story before, but a guy standing next to me, said. Um, part of America is gone forever. And I felt the same way because the skyline if you grew up in New York City or New Jersey, as I did As a little girl. I mean, the buildings were everything. But it wasn't about Scott, the buildings and the metal and the steel. It was about what the twin towers stood for. Which was American might, and that's why the terrorists they waited eight years They bombed it, 93. I was in that as well never stopped being the goal to topple the towers. Obviously, there are scores of powerful moments for for you on that day and then days that followed, But there's anything stand out for you anything personal interaction because you know how we tell big stories is to make them personal. Is anything stand out to you? Yeah, you know. Everything was there was so much bad news. But there was only one good story that I reported that day. That week for months and years, literally later, And that is the emotional reunion between a couple by the name of Jean Mara and her husband, Chuck, and she was after both buildings were down. We were on a street corner, some random woman who's running the other way as everybody is evacuating. And I grabbed her arm and I said, Ma'am, you cannot go down there and she said, Oh, I hear my husband's alive and I'm thinking to myself. Yeah, he's alive, right. He was on the 68th floor of Tower one, which was right below where the plane went in. And all of a sudden, Scott. He appears in the street looking like man in the moon, his hair shampooed and plaster big sweat marks under his arms. Covered in plaster from head to toe. Okay,.

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"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

Sounds Profitable

14:25 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"Hop and rap being blocked by certain advertisers in. It's like well. I mean you might just be missing on people who are at the gym trying to like you know amp themselves up or sometimes even early in the morning or before a meeting and i think i think that one of the things you and i talked about before was tone and when i think about this everybody in podcasting for brand. Safety is so focused on turning the spoken word into text and then running it through these processes that exist and you can for meaning and context in tax. But are there tools out there right now for brand safety that take audio and actually can infer tone from the audio or from the video so as far as i know. There's no good tool out there. I think there are some who are trying to build it. It's a complex problem. So when you think about sentiments in tone of voice and things like sarcasm found like oh yeah. I love something and it's like well. You know on text that means you truly do love something. But you can't really offer that at the moment i i would say that. There's no good technology in the space that could truly capture that in an effective manner and one of the things that we think as an industry have to be mindful about again is to be very transparent about that because if there is a solution that's not working effectively ended up penalizing the publisher space or the podcast or just based on inaccurate mis classified information. That again hurting that ecosystem and goes right back to the consumer and we kind of just a a vicious cycle about points and it sounds like we're at a point where we're really prepared for keyword brand safety to be on the chopping block. It sounds like people are starting to recognize how it was what we needed. At the time we passed it. Were using it wrong. And we're hurting people that we need to positively benefit. So i'm actually really excited to see what you guys come up with. Because i think that people are looking for a new standard in a lot of these different things and all you need is a little bit of buy in and then a little bit of money behind it for campaigns looking to use it and then next thing you know we sought moving away from these things that i. I don't think anybody truly really thinks they're working. It's just when you delegate something so down to someone so junior and their job is to make that arrow go up into the right when it comes to that report they present to their boss's boss's boss. It's real easy to just say. I don't want to be around kovic without realizing the negative impact absolutely. And it's also interesting because when we think about brand safety something else that we've been really focusing in on especially for the podcasting space is to ship that narrative from brand safety to brand suitability so that same methodology that we're using the help identified. Is this falling into these categories of the dirty dozen for ib for example. It's also understanding. What are the other categories that show up so this is helping unlock additional podcast inventory and encourage discovery and monetization of additional podcasts. As well and an example. I like to use is for. Let's say an airline from a brand safety standpoint. Sure you don't want to be surrounded around content that has to do with plane. Crashes drunk pilots lost baggage flight delays sure but on the flip side instead of just being able to serve in traditional travel category podcasts. What if we unlock inventory for you. In the tech category podcasts. That is talking about the best gadgets to take with you on vacation or something to do with help or to do with mindfulness or finance. There's so many avenues that you can reach your audiences in much more creative ways so having that ability to also unlock additional inventory through that contextual intelligence will again evolve that ecosystem and give other podcasts and opportunity to also be heard and have this connection with the brand which is the positive impact for both players. i think i'm more keen on contextual targeting than i am on brand safety just i like the additive instead of the the restrictive. Yeah i think that's the truth. Sometimes we get the carrot and the stick. We got to try and get the advertise in here and when we say. Hey it's safe. We can block south sometimes. That's what they need to hear to start. But when we are able to pivot and say hey let's let's focus on where you fit more than where you don't have it. I think that's where we really have a lot of success. We've been talking to a lot of advertisers. Who seem really excited about that idea. And i think it also comes down to the fact and i know i keep going back to this but ultimately we're all consumers at the end of the day we're all listening to podcast. We love content of certain kinds. So there's also this understanding that bears a responsibility everyone has in the ecosystem to make this thing work and in order to do that. They want to be able to continue that monetization of these stories and monetization of podcast but having that level of transparency some level of control when things don't go right but at the same time also understanding that yes. This is something we can move forward with in a more. As you mentioned. Brian additive way instead of extremely restrictive where the impact of that has been seen in a few different in many different ways. Before so i think it's kind of like cyclical at this point on. Hopefully we're headed to words a better part of how to think about brand safety brand suitability for hopeful. Me too and so you know i. I think that brand safety overall is going to go through a lot of improvements But what are your thoughts on what we're going to see in two thousand twenty one from brand safety safety in podcasting specifically so i think In twenty twenty one we are going to see the first few really effective ways. Of doing brown's safety i know there's a few vendors in the space who've already been trying to do it and i'm sure they're methodologies agreed on. It's kind of a collaboration of industry coming together and finding ways to improve improve solutions. But hopefully i do expect there to be a little bit more of an enhancement in the methodology used to do contextual intelligence across podcasts. So that is going back to finding the context and going well beyond simple one to one match with keywords. That's going to be the one to better understand the taxonomy of different publishers inventory than of course building out those solutions to be able to target in some way doing it a little bit more effectively. I don't know if that's will necessarily happen. In twenty twenty one but i would be so keen to see some sort of market research into societal trends based on the contextual intelligence across podcasting so what are terms that we saw pop up in twenty twenty and during different times when we have a very large amount of podcasting files that were ingesting and understanding. What does that translate to to understand what was happening in society and how that impacted the stories that were being told at the time what stories and what category started talking about something else. I think we might be a little bit of a waste from that to maybe twenty twenty one. But it's definitely something the larger podcast players who own so much inventory or have the ability to provide that level of information. They could truly tap into their as well so from a brand safety perspective. I i'm thinking that's going to be the next step and then evolution will continue towards better understanding sentiment and tone of voice. What is the methodology. That can be used for that. We already actually have something that we've been. We already have it in place. We've been refining it right now but also the different languages. There was this article. I think that's right. I think we we've podcasting is if it's not north america or us. If it's not an english people are not paying attention to it. I think that that is a big stake. It's wild and i think you covered this. In one of your one of your. You might have actually covered this about gio in one of your articles. Well where in india they've been thinking about the entire podcasting ecosystem and there's so many people listening podcasts. In the way they're doing it and as you dig deeper there's so many different languages so another thing we've been thinking about and we have been refining. I think we're in a really good spot. Right now is not just the translation. But we've been working with linguistic teams locally to understand context as well so certain terms or certain phrases that i use in. I'm originally from pakistan's if i use them in or do and then i translate the english. They make no sense at all rights just understanding that context as well and also understanding the cultural context around certain words like alcohol or sex a taboo word and certain categories and certain countries. It's really interesting stuff. I mean i'm really excited about that. I guess related to that in diaby has so many different things that they kind of enforce enforcer. They suggest in the up to agree with their suggestions. One of the things that always interests me as they. It's very narrow. Who they who suggest that to to is there any sort of framework from the ib or from any other governing body. That says this is how conceptualization works. This is how brand safety works. Is there an agreed upon framework between all these companies or is there a risk that you know i believe com score is working with ads wiz and i'm very excited to hear in the future who you are working within the podcast space. But is there a framework. That's gonna come out. That makes it a little bit easier for me. As a publisher to try both com score and oracle moat. Or is it is really. Just everybody's kind of an independent right now brian. I feel like this is us everything in our industry right like that standardization and the true framework would be so helpful. But if we're being totally candidate here there's not really a specific guidelines of. This is how we should go about it. Which i think is a great starting point. But there's there's no like business the only way to go about it right now. Which on some aspect is probably good it allows for innovation and like stop stagnancy but in in like just standardizing your processes and workflows sure that can be a little frustrating translating any data. I mean even he right now with ab certification podcasting just because three partners are hy-vee certified doesn't mean the numbers the same doesn't mean when you transfer from one to the next the next it's to be the same but i mean the general guidelines is good. It's a great starting point. It means that we can all agree. On what the basis is are and how to improve and then there can be different competitive advantages. But i think the the biggest thing is that especially in podcasting. We have so little compared to other spaces but it's not a negative because we can do so much with it. And and i'm really excited or truly am excited to see what you come up with your killer product manager and what you're doing oracle mode is going to be really cool to see in podcast thank you. There's actually it's also interesting to think about that whole concept overall. It's well i think brand safety itself will have to evolve in certain ways right so when you have brand safety categories. You don't know what key words are within that category you don't know what's counts as adult content for one vendor versus another and we've kind of seen this across the board outside of audio as well we've seen this display video and either challenges that the industry has to come together and collaborate on. Maybe that's very like idealistic of me. But you know that's it's fine. It's how we stay motivated for it. Then i think this will be one of the areas that podcasting benefits from a more mature organized solution. Because you're already having these conversations for all brands brand safety and all of the areas that you cover an podcasting. Getting brand safety is going to benefit from all that work. That's happening in other channels. Where's a lot of parts of podcasting not only is it new and podcasting but so is the collaborative conversation absolutely and i think there's also i don't know if you feel this brian but there's definitely like a personality type for audio where there's there's this this passion for it right like you have this protective nature around audio like you wanna take all the good things that you've managed to do for displaying video but you also want to be very mindful to not fall into the same traps as you might have four displaying video where reading an article online means i have to x. out of five different ads before it gets my content like you can't do that for audio and it's interesting too because audio is very it's a very intimate platform right. So it's it's finding ways to create that connection with your audience through through music. It can completely alter your emotional state and it can also totally alter your experience an example. We like to use also when you're watching a horror movie. And if i turn off the sound or if i put some goofy music behind you're you're either going to be scared or you're not going to be scared of the image can stay. The same visuals are exactly the same. But that sound can completely impact how you're going to feel about a so. It's interesting i saw. I saw somebody re cut like the shining would like as like a sitcom and it's like. Wow it really is the background music and how you frame certain shots but this is. This is so fantastic. I'm very happy that you came on. And i'm very happy to see you know oracle moat in the podcasting space more. So what i like to do for. When i end off a podcast is i like to ask my guest. What their podcasts of choices right now when you listening to right now that That you wanna share with my audience. I'm a big fan of hidden brain. I think it's so fascinating. I love that podcast. So every new episode of just kind of waiting for it. And i love to listen to that view others that i've also been listening to when i want to just chill and like kind of you know. Break away from everything that's happening in the world. this is an old one but two dope queens is hilarious. It's like the kind where you're walking on the street and the app to stop. 'cause you're laughing at hard it's amazing so those are two that i definitely listen to and then of course dabbling and all the tech podcast as well. There's so many good ones out there. It's really hard to choose brian..

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Sounds Profitable

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"Together in in different formats for a long time. But you know. I want to highlight. You hear your from oracle moat your senior product manager on a team that really digs into these features. You're pretty much an expert on it. And i think that what you can explain to the audience here and what we can go over communicate extension because i think a lot of us in the space in podcasting Are kind of brought up from podcasting and into advertising whereas i think a lot of other mediums. Like what i'm realizing is that you could hire an advertiser in another medium and you could from digital display. And then they can move over to digital video or programmatic is transferable between them but podcasting is different and a lot of these base things we take for granted and other advertising channels or either a little bit more nuance to get started or things. That aren't common sense commonsense till out of the space. So let's kick it off by brand safety. I'd love to hear what you define brand safety is. What's really important about it. Yeah absolutely brian. Thank you so much for having me. This is great. I love your newsletter. Thank you okay. So informative and i think it's a really important part of educating the ecosystem overall. The good news is audio is evolving so all the true education we can get out there and somebody to dig through all of the research and actually put stuff together in a digestible format. I think it's going to help though. Full ecosystem like every player across the board. So i'm a fan but yeah brand. Safety is definitely a very important one. I absolutely love audio. And all things audio and i know you and i have spoken about all things from podcast measurement brand safety the opportunity than the dangers of things with within our ecosystem as well which which i think is always really interesting so i think just starting off with what brand safety means. It's interesting because it's oftentimes. It's considered certain key words that should be avoided and certain genres and then you get full categories of things that are completely avoided and what we tend to mess as not just an ecosystem of advertising but more so as society is that when advertising does not fund these stories when you have this short sighted approach towards france safety just blocking key words or refusing to run with publishers. Who might be telling sure thing talking about things which are controversial but really important stories to be told you ultimately hurt journalism so brand safety right now. I think still has a lot of work that can be done and has to be a little bit more thoughtful. We're not quite there yet. And one comment. I will make more about this and we can. Of course keep continuing the conversation as well. But i think for display in video. We've we've definitely had some really neat innovations in the space as an industry. So we've done some really cool stuff but there's no denying but certain things that we've done have actually hurt the consumer experience on. It's really created a trust deficit for online content whether it's social media whether it's reading articles and right now in the podcasting space. There's almost like this loyalty. And trust and most publishers have moved into podcasting to be able to create that connection of trust with their audiences so brand. Safety is a really important one because this is something we can control to make sure that we're protective off the medium and we don't end up ultimately hurting not only journalism but also just the experience of listening to a podcast and so in other mediums. Do they for brand safety do they. Take they take the tax on page or they take the information that they know about the website in the domain and they make decisions based off of it and it is that accurate how it works well. It's it's interesting. There's a few different ways and we brand safety at oracle moat as well but just to kind of keep it a little bit more informative of just what's in the industry right now. There's definitely these keyword block lists that are going around where there's words like knife on there. Which means that all your recipe pages could potentially get blocked as well. There's words like breasts that gets classified as adult content whereas that is so much mom content to and your cg brands if you're not going to be serving around mom content then you know you're missing a key demographic for yourself so there's definitely this level of just throwing out the it's kinda comes from like fear based approach of like. Oh my god. We can't have our ads running against any kind of content. So be more careful. But but i think there's there's a lot to be learned. There's so one of the things that we focus in on just to kind of talk about this from the standpoint of why we care about it so much why we're hopefully being a little bit more mindful about it is that you have to understand the context of the text so not just was the keyword on the page but how frequently did it show up on the page. What were the corresponding words. What other words on the page that can truly tell you what the content is in. The context is as opposed to just did a specific word. Show up one other thing that we've also heard of in the podcasting space is just doing brand safety. Based on the description of the album podcasts. Yet the notes and that's absurd to because it's like okay. So i could write these notes and say like this is a very brand safe podcast and then i could talk about whatever i want. And there's no visibility into that so hopefully the transcriptions of these podcasts and having a really strong algorithm to figure out context will not only provide advertisers with the tools. They need but also publishers with the ability to monetize a much more effective way and not have content. Unfairly blocked or blacklisted or so. A lot of the tools are based around texts. Right like it's you can turn an image text on image into tax. You can take the text from a website. You can take the audio from video the audio from streaming audio podcasting you turn it into tax and then all these tools with great there. Is that equalised. Because that means that there doesn't have to be something unique built free to fill granted as a visual component to some of them an image could have like it could be like by these apples and it could have something pretty vulgar visually on there so there are other tools for that and video but in general. What's cool about this. Is that podcasting by transcribing. It puts it in the same classification the same ability for this already mature technology that exists to be applicable for podcast. The podcast transcript right. So the brand safety technology doesn't have to start from square. One that transcript can be fed into these same types of machines but now we have two big things one you're saying keywords aren't enough right just looking at keywords. You see breast one time on there and you decide that it's adult content. You're missing out on that. Entire mom category or even more. So you don't look at the entire sentence for the sentence before and after and now you're missing out on context and so what you're saying. Is that key. Words are great and maybe keyword density is probably like the bare minimum. Probably shouldn't look for a word once in back out of it completely. But the next part is actual conceptualization and not just calling keyword density contextualisation which is looking at that whole sentence looking at how it's us and applying that is that accurate. Yeah absolutely and then it's also just the frequency with witches shows up. There are so many things that inform the context. I think a starting point sure. We can talk about like higher level genres and categories. But it kind of goes back to what we were talking about earlier to. Brian like completely avoiding news. That's dangerous for us or what happened when kovic started no advertiser wanted to be surrounded around cuvette content. And.

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Abortion Numbers Drop in Texas After Ban Goes Into Effect

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Abortion Numbers Drop in Texas After Ban Goes Into Effect

"The texas law. Sp eight for now. Allowed to stand five four decision by the supreme court. The wall street journal predicts it will not hold that it will not remain in place but for now at least according to abc news. Doctors reported a steep decline in abortions across texas and again abc news. This is a bad thing. They don't even recognize their so tone deaf they don't realize that more than half the country sees. This is a good thing. Here's abc reports on this a day. After the nation's most restrictive anti-abortion law went into effect doctors and advocates reported steep decline in abortions across texas houston provider. Dr vk kumar said. He normally performs between twenty and thirty abortions a day since the new law. He said he's only seen six patients and was forced to turn half of them away. Imagine a news media organization reported on that. That's a bad thing they don't get it. that's heartwarming. there's some babies that might have a chance to look to live in the state of texas. Today there's a whole lot of babies that might be allowed to live.

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Texas Abortion Law Explained: Everything You Need to Know

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Texas Abortion Law Explained: Everything You Need to Know

"We're going to bring you an off week special episode to discuss the order. That was just handed down right before midnight on wednesday night up holding a really novel. Texas abortion law this law. We've actually talked about it on the show before is known as sba effectively bans all abortions. After the six week of pregnancy many many women do not know that they are pregnant at six weeks of pregnancy. There is no exception. For rape and incest governor greg abbott signed. Sp eight into law in may and of course the trick behind the law is that unlike similar deliberately unconstitutional abortion bans. heartbeat ends. What have you. Sba doesn't allow any state actors to enforce it there in fact prohibited from enforcing it instead literally everyone else. Any american anywhere is empowered is in fact conscripted to bring civil lawsuits against either an abortion provider. Or anyone who quote aids and abets those terms. Go undefined on abortion. That could include your counselor. Who talks to you about your options or the uber driver who drops you off at the clinic. Look the law is unconstitutional. Texas is well aware that the supreme court precedent sets the bar for abortion bans at viability. That somewhere between twenty two and twenty four weeks but this law was deliberately crafted so that there is no state actor and thus nobody for an abortion provider to take to court to try to get injunction one other thing if an abortion provider is sued in state court under sb eight. And they lose well. The winning party not only gets bounty of ten thousand dollars possibly more. They also collect. Attorney's

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Rental Assistance Programs Are Swooping In To Help As Evictions Resume

All Things Considered

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Rental Assistance Programs Are Swooping In To Help As Evictions Resume

"The Biden administrations eviction ban, There's even greater urgency to get billions of dollars in federal rental assistance to those who need it. Shelby County, Tennessee, is already facing that challenge. NPR's Laura Wamsley reports. SP KEY and apartments versus Delores Egleston in a courthouse in Memphis. Tenants are packed into eviction court as much as social distancing will allow when their cases are called. Tenants are asked this question by Judge Phyllis Gardner. Have you talked with anyone? Or are you interested in the rental assistance program? I've talked in case after case Gardner urges tenants to visit room 1 34 down the hall. Where Memphis area legal services attorneys help tenants start applications for rental aid. One of those attorneys, Frida Turner, stands up in the courtroom to speak about the program if you apply, and if you're approved We will pay up to 12 months of your back rent plus one month of futurist. We will bring you to zero and you'll get a fresh start a fresh start. That's what's new even if evictions aren't thanks to the billions in federal aid tenants who are behind have a chance to stay in their homes due to a federal court ruling in July. Judges here in Tennessee haven't been bound by the CDC order for more than a month. The judge Gardner, the CDC order delayed the inevitable while in Memphis, they started resolving cases. We've been able to deal with the problems to give these people and landlords some closure so that they can move on. The most recent CDC ban was intended to give states and localities more time to get assistance out to renters facing eviction. But it's been slow going by the end of July. Nationally, just over five billion of the $25 billion allocated had been spent. Several states have used less than 5% of the federal money so far. But in Memphis and

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"sp" Discussed on Better Podcasting

Better Podcasting

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Better Podcasting

"To podcast about. Podcasting here on better podcasting. It's great to be podcast about podcasting with you stephen this week likewise also if you didn't notice that the beginning of the show we like to talk about how i saved my podcasts. Basically if you have something that goes wrong with your podcast let us know. How did it go wrong. How did you fix the problem. Did you fix the problem. This just helps everybody get their creative juices going. I'll make mine super short this week super short because i did have something. Go wrong but it's very similar. Well it is basically things that have happened before. But i just want to mention it because it's been wild since we've mentioned things going wrong with our podcast and i hope that me sharing helps a new podcast or listening. No that it's okay. If things go wrong and yeah. Last week i went. And the way that i edit. I usually edit the guinea geek show on one day and the next day i usually add it. The better podcasting episode. Or you know. Put it together. In the case of the podcasting live and so on friday last week i downloaded the audio files from the card. I was using the road. Cast bro borghini geek. Show and then. On saturday. I went to pull the better podcasting files and basically the sd card was corrupt. So luckily my good friend here. Espy as we've talked about before multi tracks on his end so that he had my audio on his side. Now here's the thing. The audio quality isn't perfect. Just because of the way that the audio is going back and forth between us so essentially i just used his track mostly as a guideline of where i could see visually on the track when i was speaking and then i just went and took from the video file that we had recorded my audio and just put it on the proper track so it was like ninety percent the usual sound that we would have on that show. I would say probably higher than that was probably ninety five percent and then if there was a little bit of over talking. Because i'm better podcasting live chat. We do sometimes talk a little more over other than we do here. I just then use that lower quality track from him. So that i could. I can make it all work. So he sounded hundred percent like he normally did and let's be honest he is the most important person on any podcast and also i was like ninety five percent there so again not really anything new acknowledged that here right here and right now but i do want to mention that right now just because hopefully if you had something go wrong you know. Sometimes you might be able to get through. It happens to the best of us and the worst of us in my case because let's be honest. I'm i'm down there. I the worst of you the best of you. It's all it's it's an incredibly small bandwidth between the top and the bottom there. I need to clarify something. Though you said you mentioned that you had recorded the video. I just need to clarify you record. That local us used to record that locally. So it's not going out like i do legends of shield and it's being recorded on youtube or whatever so you're actually getting the batter audio quality better audio quality then you can have if you were using a recording service for the video was locally done. Which has its own drawbacks from time to damage. I mean we've had issues with that as well but just to clarify with everybody. He's using a secretary of audio quality. But it's it's better because he's enabled to record locally so he doesn't have to go through the internet or any internet compression out there. It's just all being done on his machine. Excellent clarification and if you have any questions about any of this get in touch with us through our discord at better podcasting dot com slash discord. But we do have a full video companion to the show so you can always send us an e mail with video to podcast at.

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"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

Sounds Profitable

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"So i got all these hundred thousand french companies. I got a couple million. Rss feeds like. Hey do any of those line up is ours. S feed on the company website. Or does the rss feeds website point to that company etcetera etcetera at a massage did a little bit like for example wondering is listed in french face. Our wondrous shows branded content. You know i mean. I'm sure they've made a brand new show light. That's not what i'm trying to get at here. I'm not trying to get at content created four content you defer to sell advertising its content created to promote a business or service yet right and so that left me with less count Around eighty three hundred at the brand new podcasts at as earlier this year yet which is a lot more thought. Yeah and it goes all the way back to the first one. I could find it. And it's still at the fetus. Still at is bungy which is a studio that made yeah halo so they started the podcast in two thousand six talking about the development of halo and they haven't updated it in merv years. I think like you know maybe four or five years ago. They stopped up yet. But that's pretty cool and it's still there. Yeah right. And i imagine a big halo fan would go super deep Digging back into the zone episodes and saying what were they thinking like. you know. it's like basically fifteen years ago now that they might start started this show which is pretty incredible. You know so. We're seeing more and more podcast created every year which i think is fascinating. And then we're seeing a different range of businesses create podcasts as well so like historically a lot of consumer brands like inside. Trejos is one of the examples we use. It's like a it was in the top podcasts. On apple for a long time long. It's a show about trader joe's and that trader joe's like customers are spending hours with that brand like loving the stories about what's happening behind the scenes. And how they make their you know addictive snacks. Whatever it is right and more and more.

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"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

Sounds Profitable

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"I really only work with companies. That i believe in and i want to collaborate with. It's a real awesome opportunity for me to help grow the space hands on and help them teach everyone in this space a little bit more about the industry and how the technology works gonna try and point a spotlight on those blurbs to make sure that you get a better idea of what they're talking about why it's so valuable sued this week we're talking to dave's are off. The ceo chargeable all about the research that his team has done into branded podcast. And why you need to know about it from start to finish so dave. Thank you so much for joining me today. This is the first time that we're digging into something with the advertisers who support sounds profitable and. I'm really excited. Because chargeable does such an amazing job at putting out all this great information basically all the time and my job here is to kind of point a spotlight on it like there's some content that you put out before that it's been great to write articles about but other times there's stuff that would be fun for a conversation but maybe not for that weekly article and so. This is a chance for us to have a conversation focused on what you want to talk about. And what you're seeing in the industry. So thanks for being here. Thank you for having me brian. Yeah always awesome to chat with you. Of course we're bid. supporters sounds profitable. Recommend it to everyone we can possibly recommend to although they many of them are already subscriber tes right so i appreciate it. Yeah so today. I wanted to talk about the numbers that we've been seen in terms of the branded. Podcast right so podcast. On behalf of businesses promote something could be beatasikh could be and this year. I've done a bunch of research on this you know. Obviously they in a self interested way. I we make and sell software. I'm curious if i could make and sell software for folks that mcbrayer podcast..

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Ann Patchett Reads Maile Meloy

The New Yorker: Fiction

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Ann Patchett Reads Maile Meloy

"High an cli- deborah welcome So you and miley moyer friends. It's true it's and i've heard that you were in a way the trigger for this story. The proxy marriage. Can you tell me about that In a very small way Molly and i were in australia together. We were on book tour separately. But when you fly to australia with someone and you're there a couple of weeks and then fly back. You have a lot of to talk. And at one point miley was telling me about proxy marriage. She is from helena. Montana and montana is the only state where you can have a double proxy marriage which means neither the bride or the groom has to be present in order for forward the wedding to happen and while she was telling me about that i said wow that sounds like a short story. What do you think that miley does best in her writing. What is it. Sp- greatest characteristic my gosh Such a fan. I'm not even going to say. This is the greatest characteristic of miles writing but the greatest characteristic of miley as a person is that anything she decides. She wants to put her mind to she and she is always trying new things. She will research and study and practice and then be fantastic at it. When i met miley. She wrote short stories. I really believe she is one of our absolute greatest living short story writers and then she decided she wanted to write novels and then she decided she wanted to write middle grade fiction and then picture books and now. She's working on a graphic novel and she's doing screenplays and this also applies to things like laying tile which she can also do

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FDA Grants Accelerated Approval for Alzheimer's Drug

The Readout Loud

01:25 min | 1 year ago

FDA Grants Accelerated Approval for Alzheimer's Drug

"So what would this pike. Sp if it didn't start with an update on adam damian's favorite drug guys. There's more news on that front this week. Catch us up right so the hot off. The presses aspect came out just thursday morning which is that. The fda restricted the label for which you helm is approved basically advising doctors to prescribe the drug solely to patients who mostly matched the population in which it was studied in face retrials this. I mean the implications of this we can. We can kind of talk about but you know one of the shocking things really probably to me. The most shocking thing on the day that agile home was approved was the breadth of the fda's label. The drug was indicated for anyone with alzheimer's disease at any stage of the disease regardless of what their sort of brain biology was. And as we know this drug is meant to clear out plaques from the brain that purported to contribute to the advanced alzheimer's and so that label was was fairly galling honestly and so the fda mostly walking it back to what people had expected for those people who even expected approval. was interesting. I feel like it might have fewer implications for the way the drug is actually used. Because i think that physicians indefinitely biogen were thinking that that it would only go to to this narrower group of patients but maybe just has more more implications for our fixation on the fda and what is going on there.

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Playing Combo Draws

Chasing Poker Greatness

03:52 min | 1 year ago

Playing Combo Draws

"We're going to cover some hands today. Where multi way pots we check raised and they kind of a weird card on the turn both played at one k l. on ignition john. Do you want to lead us into the first hand. So this is a hand. That brad played starts with a middle position. Open a cutoff. Lattes and brad is the big wind with queen ten of spades he decides to flat. I guess we could just start here and talk about whether you three about this. Hand that all our these types of hands multi way. I think it's reasonable to three bad. I'm not opposed to it. I liked the cutoff calling is pretty indicative. That like you're not supposed to have a calling range. There so villain is most likely fish. The original prefab opener. I believe i had tagged fish. This hand went down during a poker coaching. Explain livestream so one thing about the livestreams that you know are the drawbacks for me. Specifically is that attention gets divided. You're trying to describe things trying to figure out where all the buttons are so you can miss some stuff that you otherwise would not have missed. So i'm just gonna pull out all the excuses before we jump into this hand and say like well okay clayton and just like sort of call a call pre instead of squeezing on reflex okay. I'll our come to your defense a little bit. I think just looking at those. Just looking at this without any hud stats. I agree the cutoff. Looks like a fish once he flats the mp open. I can't tell much about the given that he has like a seven hundred dollar stack and open to a reasonable size. I'll just look at this and say like it's sort of a disaster if we three about this hand. Mp calls a fish folds which i think is going to happen quite frequently and we we isolate ourselves versus a reasonably strong empty range and we lose like the person in the hand. That's most likely to donate their stack in some way so that one of the reasons that i might decide to call slightly more often than three about with a fish flooding. Yeah that's fair little backstory. So m p m p is either a week rag or a fish because they called a cold four bet with queen jack suited in a spot. Where i know. You're not supposed to call queen jack suited so anyway That was happening a little earlier on so that was the rationale even other stats like okay. That hand specifically was like. I don't think that's supposed to be a thing so anyway. With that said we go to flop at quainton spades. There's eighty dollars in the pot. The flop is jack of spades eight of hearts for of spades. I start out by checking. And i think that i should not have checked this. This is where the hand kind of got away for me from the jump. I like leading here especially against when. I'm battling against multiple fish with a hand like this because you know some bad things can happen when we check raise or combo draws here just well. The thing that the thing that is going to happen what happens right you check raise a komo draw and then you turn a pair in a pot with an sp are of like two and then you get kind of frozen right where it's hard to construct an ice checking rage. Nice betting rage. You don't necessarily want to bet with your pear. Your combo draw now because you're beating villains worse flush draws so like yeah it's you're being bills whereas flush draws in the hands at villain has that are beating you just jam and kind of make your life miserable so anyway. That's a bad thing that can

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Attorney General Merrick Garland Announces Lawsuit Over Georgia Voting Law

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Attorney General Merrick Garland Announces Lawsuit Over Georgia Voting Law

"And now. It's the united states of america versus the state of georgia today. The justice department filed a lawsuit against georgia for violating the civil rights of black voters with its new election law assistant attorney general for civil rights. Kristen clark said this our complaint today. Alleges that several provisions of sp two. Oh two were past. With a discriminatory purpose. In violation of the voting rights act. These legislative actions occurred at a time when the black population in georgia continues to steadily increase and after his historic election. That saw record voter turnout across the state particularly for absentee voting. Which black voters are now. More likely to use than white voters are complaint challenges several provisions of sp two to on the grounds that they were adopted with the intent to deny or abridge black citizens equal access to the political process. A general merrick garland said the justice department is evaluating other restrictive. Laws recently passed in states with republican legislatures. But he also asked for help from congress. We are using every method at all in our enforcement efforts but that is not enough. We urge congress to act to provide the department with important authorities. It needs to protect. The voting rights of every american

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"sp" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"sp" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"I wrote it after physical SP Dodd a night. In Tunisia. How long? How about listen? To this blues and how long It's dizzy Gillespie been dead. Remember and all London A young man reaching for luck. Finger poise between pages, the Baldwins notes of a native song. Clock stopped. For hard crystal clear moment. This was a lifetime before. The night streets of Tunisia burn on cell phones and the clouds, cherry guys. And machine gun far and my head in my hands an hour. I traveled there. Many times. Humble science, streets and sweetness of figs. Hot Seasons elite on the bone. Naked feeling. And this is horn still ablaze. Could be Big fat notes. In the dark. Even.

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Competing with 'BIG' Podcasting in 2021 with Stargate "SP" Pioneer

Deadset Podcasting

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Competing with 'BIG' Podcasting in 2021 with Stargate "SP" Pioneer

"So we've been falling podcasts in history for hobbyist since two thousand fifteen are very episode episode two we inserted the segment. And i don't think we've had more than three episodes sense twenty fifteen without the download. So we've been talking about the industry for over five years the thing with the industry today versus where it was in two thousand fifteen is. There's a lot more money into it. And why is there more money. It's because podcasting is now mainstream with it. I'd casting as mainstream. Everybody knows what podcast is. Everybody can get podcasts on their smartphone. Everybody knows how to download the podcast award. They can find out really quickly or they probably listen to a podcast and didn't even know it so it is infinitely easier to consume podcasts into except podcasts than it ever was before you don't have to go to your computer download an episode. Put it on an ipod. Take your ipod into your car with some sort of connection kit and listen to it on the car. Listen to the headphones now. You have bluetooth headphones with your smartphone with active noise cancellation that just fit in your ear without any cords. I mean it's so easy compared to what it used to be. And yes there's primarily there for music but you can listen to podcast that way as well and because of that. There's a lot more advertisements that have come into the show so a lot more into the pod space so there's a lot more corporate entities that have entered in you have things like pandora and spotify luminary tried it a little bit. You have amazon coming on again. I guess for the second time with a podcast division. You you all these corporations that want their stake in

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Seattle public schools not accepting help from city to clear nearby homeless encampments

News, Traffic and Weather

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle public schools not accepting help from city to clear nearby homeless encampments

"Week since we first reported on the two homeless encampments on property of Seattle schools comes Matt Market, which has been digging into the story. It has some new developments, starting with broad view Thomas K. Through eight. Many are asking. Why isn't the district asking for help? The mayor wants to help Seattle public schools as a separate governmental entity, and it controls its own properties. The city of Seattle. Does not and cannot go onto school grounds and start dealing with in cameras. I asked, the district spokesperson directly has SPS asked the city for help. Allow hope team outreach workers onto school property. The spokesman was noncommittal, saying It is somewhat fluid situation and we appreciate the city's partnership inflexibility as we proceed. Regarding the camp adjacent to me Any middle school, A majority of it is on park property. Miller play field. It's a camp that grew much bigger. After the big Kelly Anderson camp was cleared in December, the city has been doing almost daily outreach their crime

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Sports and Georgia: MLB, the Masters, and Beyond

ESPN Daily

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Sports and Georgia: MLB, the Masters, and Beyond

"Tea masters. Golf tournament starts today. Augusta georgia it is one of sport's most premiere events and enormous platform but the energy all leading into it has changed pretty dramatically. Because of what's happened with baseball and georgia in recent days and be move the all star game out of georgia because of the new legislation. The state passed. that makes it harder to vote. So i i just need you to tell me about this georgia law. What does it do. What law really. Sp two oh two would it really is all about is the ways to keep the traditional high numbers of african american voters doubt howard. Bryant is a senior writer for espn and the author of the henry. Hank aaron biography the last hero when you look at what this potentially allows the georgia legislature to do that. It takes over from the secretary of state and election. It allows individual members of the board to be dropped if they're unpopular the governor's or the secretary of state's behest if you can do those things but you can essentially overturning election which is essentially what this whole thing was about back in november and so these details of that. Bill aren't getting anywhere near the attention. They deserve if these laws were in place last november then. The road had been paved to give president trump specifically what he wanted. Which was the avenue to overturn in election based on friday had not been proven. That's what this whole thing is really about

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Boycott of Georgia likely to cost the very people it's meant to help

News, Traffic and Weather

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Boycott of Georgia likely to cost the very people it's meant to help

"New voting law, voting rights activist Stacey Abrams says boycotts may not be the best course of action. Boycotts have been an important tool throughout our history to achieve social change, but here's the thing. Black Latino. A P I and Native American voters, whose votes are the most suppressed under SP 202 are also the most likely to be hurt by potential boycotts of Georgia. Georgia Governor Brian Camp accuses Major League baseball of caving to fear political opportunism and liberal lines Ahead of the Minneapolis Police Department Homicide division, says he was never trained to put

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Metro Atlanta churches remember shooting victims

Atlanta's Morning News

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Metro Atlanta churches remember shooting victims

"Across the the metro metro area area remember remember the the victims victims of last of last week's week's deadly deadly spot spot shootings? shootings? As As memorials memorials grow grow for for the the seven seven women women in in one one man man killed killed double double the the SPS SPS Michelle Michelle write write reports reports live live rallies rallies are are held held both both locally locally and and across across the the country country and and support support of of the the Asian Asian community community Yet Yet that's that's right. right. Stop Stop agent agent Hate Hate rallies rallies were were held held this this weekend weekend here here in the in Metro the Metro area area Worth Worth State State representative representative Being Being when when tells tells the the crowd crowd shot shot eight eight people, people, six six of of them them being being Asian Asian women. women. Close Close range range in in the the head. head. Thousands Thousands getting getting together together in in cities cities around around the country the country to to support support the the Asian Asian community community is is well. well. Jamie Jamie Web Web is is the the daughter daughter of of Zhao Zhao Zi Zi Tan. Tan. She's She's the the owner owner of of Asians Asians massage massage Way Way were were supposed supposed to to meet. meet. Sunday Sunday before before all all this this happened. happened. That That was was the the last last thing thing that that my my mom's mom's like like We We didn't didn't really really me me because because I I always always left. left. Meanwhile, Meanwhile, the the memorials memorials in in front front of of both both young young Asian Asian massage massage and and Acworth Acworth and and gold gold spot spot in in Atlanta Atlanta continue continue to to grow. grow. That's That's where where members members of of several several Korean Korean Church Church congregations congregations gather gather for for Sunday Sunday service service with with this this pastor pastor telling telling CNN, CNN, the the killing killing sorrow sorrow wake wake up up call. call. Many Many Asian Asian Americans Americans tend tend to to avoid. avoid. Those Those kind kind of of things. things. It's It's not not our our business. business. Wear Wear this this focusing focusing on on our our survivor survivor but but is is defy defy awakening awakening moment moment for for us us and and the suspects the suspects Church, Church, Crabapple Crabapple First First Baptist Baptist in Milton, in Milton, will will they they vote vote Sunday Sunday to to expel expel him him from from their their membership, membership, saying saying they they no no longer longer affirm affirm that that he he is is truly truly a a regenerate regenerate believer believer in in Jesus Jesus Christ. Christ.

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Metro Atlanta churches remember shooting victims

Atlanta's Morning News

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Metro Atlanta churches remember shooting victims

"Across the metro area remember the victims of last week's deadly spot shootings? As memorials grow for the seven women in one man killed double the SPS Michelle write reports live rallies are held both locally and across the country and support of the Asian community Yet that's right. Stop agent Hate rallies were held this weekend here in the Metro area Worth State representative Being when tells the crowd shot eight people, six of them being Asian women. Close range in the head. Thousands getting together in cities around the country to support the Asian community is well. Jamie Web is the daughter of Zhao Zi Tan. She's the owner of Asians massage Way were supposed to meet. Sunday before all this happened. That was the last thing that my mom's like We didn't really me because I always left. Meanwhile, the memorials in front of both young Asian massage and Acworth and gold spot in Atlanta continue to grow. That's where members of several Korean Church congregations gather for Sunday service with this pastor telling CNN, the killing sorrow wake up call. Many Asian Americans tend to avoid. Those kind of things. It's not our business. Wear this focusing on our survivor but is defy awakening moment for us and the suspects Church, Crabapple First Baptist in Milton, will they vote Sunday to expel him from their membership, saying they no longer affirm that he is truly a regenerate believer in Jesus Christ.

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A Global Shot in the Arm With Dr. Fauci

Why It Matters

04:26 min | 1 year ago

A Global Shot in the Arm With Dr. Fauci

"It's march and it's been nearly a year since covid nineteen was declared a pandemic. There's no two ways about it. It's a bitter anniversary but it's also a time to think about how far we've come. There was so much confusion at the start about how to protect ourselves now year leader. We've learned a lot about how to stay safe and we've developed highly effective vaccines in record time. We're starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel but there is at least one more hurdle that threatens to undo our progress all around the world wealthy countries are hoarding vaccine. Sp leaving huge swaths of the global population without access global health officials. Say that this could be a lethal mistake. For rich and poor countries alike. I'm gabrielle sierra. And this is why it matters today. Why a global pandemic needs a global response. It was almost a year ago but the country began shutting down from covert and for the first time. There seems to be a real reason. Have cautious optimism gets the vaccine when or not only serious questions that us but also around the globe in the global fight against covid nineteen is mutations good approving the next great challenge so we have a lot of really important stuff to talk about but i feel like one of those important things is that both you and i are south brooklyn children and i feel like it was really important to just get that out of the way Where were you. Where were you in south brooklyn. I'm from manhattan beach. You are from vincent hurst. i know. Wow you need no introduction but also start the way we always start which is what is your name and what do you do. My name is dr anthony fauci. And i'm the director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases at the national institutes of health. All right so let's say that a majority of americans were vaccinated tomorrow. Would we be fully in the clear. So if we got let's say seventy to eighty five percent of the people in the country vaccinated then we would be very much better off than we are now. But there's a real catch to your question. Because even if we got the overwhelming majority of the population vaccinated there is a big wide world out there and that's the global pandemic so if the rest of the world did not get covid nineteen or saws covy to under control. There would always be a looming threat over us that the virus would be mutating would be changing and we would get new variants that even if we felt ourselves protected in this country sooner or later of variant or mutation could come here and essentially circumvent protection of the vaccine. So i think when you think in terms of a pandemic you have to remember it is global and it requires a global response not just a single country response in the old days when we used to get on airplanes. You remember that what we can all travel one of the first things you get. Is this disembodied voice that would say in the event of a loss of cabin pressure. Oxygen masks will come down from the overhead. This is richard haass president of the council on foreign relations former director of policy planning for the state department adviser to presidents and my boss structured by this to put it on yourself and then only after you yourself and taking care of then you turn to your children your neighbors and others and that's our instinct year we've got to jettison that instinct unless the rest of the world get vaccinated. It doesn't just threaten their lives. It threatens hours to gossip. We don't take care of others. Variants will continue to break out and variants breakout over there. They will figure out a way to come here so then we end up in a race. That never quite ends that we'd never quite win to stay ahead of the curve. We have to understand variance and in order to understand variance. We have to understand mutations and in order to understand mutations we went to the country's medical explainer chief so what is a mutation. Where do they tend to come from. Why do we need to worry about them when viruses replicate which they do very very rapidly particularly when you have literally one hundred million people infected which is what we have right now in the world with over two point four million deaths when you have that amount of replication. as the virus replicates. It makes mistakes in reproducing itself. That's called a mutation

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